Investigators should submit a signed electronic copy to the IACUC Program Chair.
Protocols must be received at least seven (7) working days prior to the next scheduled IACUC meeting in order to be reviewed during that meeting.
All individuals (employees, students, and guests) conducting vertebrate animal research should discuss with the nurse and/or the principal research investigator any concern regarding the risk of working with animals. You might be required or recommend personal protective gear like coat, gloves and googles, especially for individuals with specific health risks.
All researchers, staff and students named on an AUP must complete training through the AALAS Learning library. At a minimum, everyone must complete the module titled "Working with the IACUC."
You will receive immediate notification that you have completed the module(s) and should share the information with the IACUC Chair.
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